CHAPEL HILL - Baseball stole the show with its NCAA Tournament action last week, but there was plenty of news from the Tar Heels. Catch up with the GoHeels Weekly Primer.
BASEBALL: Colin Moran was drafted sixth overall in the Major League Baseball draft ... Three more Tar Heels were picked on the second day of the draft ... Two more Heels went on day three of the draft ... Adam Lucas re-lived some Super Regional memories ... Friday's game one of the NCAA Super Regional series against South Carolina was rained out ... In Saturday's rescheduled first game, Skye Bolt drove in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning in a walk-off win ... South Carolina took game two, 8-0, on Sunday afternoon ... UP NEXT: The Tar Heels and Gamecocks will play again on Monday night with the winner heading to the College World Series in Omaha.
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Longtime Roy Williams assistant Joe Holladay has retired as director of operations and will be replaced by former Tar Heel player Brad Frederick (UNC '99) ... GoHeels TV caught up with Holladay last week to discuss his time with Williams and at Carolina ... GoHeels TV also sat down with Frederick to welcome him home to Chapel Hill.
WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Kara Cannizzaro won the Honda Award as the National Player of the Year.
WOMEN'S TENNIS: Gina Suarez-Malaguti and Caroline Price earned All-America honors.
TRACK & FIELD: Cameron Overstreet took second-team All-America honors in the pole vault as Carolina competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Oregon.